I hope that everyone has had a wonderful holiday season – Merry Christmas, Happy Haunnakah, Happy Kwaanza, Happy Winter Solstice, and Merry Every-Other-Holiday-I-Might-Have-Forgotten, lol! I wanted to end the year by thanking everyone for joining me for my random creative excursions and hope you’ll join me again in 2008! I’m honored that you have all stopped by and amazed at all the different visitors I’ve had from all over the US and different spots all over the world!
I’ve spent the past week doing a lot more organizing than actual creating (I actually found my tabletop in my craft room!) and what creating I’ve done has mostly still been Christmas and I’ve promised to stop subjecting you to Christmas projects for a while, lol, so I don’t have much new to share for the moment. I DID want to share this quick and easy project though! There was a post on 2Peas linking to this clock with some ideas to make one. Well, I went the super quick and easy route so it’s definitely not the same project, but was still a lot of fun – I hung it up in my son’s room so we’ll see what he thinks when he comes home later this afternon. This is a $3 clock from Walgreens (they had them in a huge dump bin at one point and still have them occasionally in little endcap displays). And ONE set of foam Thickers from American Crafts. I’m really glad I used the foam instead of the chipboard because it “gives” enough to really tweak the placement. In hindsight, I wish I’d used a less “curvy” font. I think it would look better with a more defined font. But still, it’s a 15 minute project – can’t beat that!
And also, for this last post of 2007, I’ll leave you with MY favorite layout (I admit, there really haven’t been as many as I’d hoped to accomplish!) of the year. Paper from My Mind’s Eye, everything else from the Making Memories Noteworthy line. It’s a picture I love and a story that just makes me happy!
I wish you all happiness and creativity in 2008!!!